What AI is -- and isn't | Chris Anderson
Creative machines will be the next weapon in our fake news war
We will probably have an IQ of 1,000 or more. There will be no more spelling classes for our kids, because there's no spelling issue anymore. There's no math issue anymore. And I think what really will happen is that we can be super creative. And we are. We are creative. That's our secret weapon.
What if you could build Google in a day?
Four ethical priorities for neurotechnologies and AI
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INSTAGRAM’S KEVIN SYSTROM WANTS TO CLEAN UP THE INTERNET.
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Falsehoods almost always beat out the truth on Twitter, penetrating further, faster, and deeper into the social network than accurate information.
The GANfather: The man who’s given machines the gift of imagination
A new technology—virtual embodiment—challenges our understanding of who and what we are.
Smart Swarms Seek New Ways to Cooperate
By pitting neural networks against one another, Ian Goodfellow has created a powerful AI tool. Now he, and the rest of us, must face the consequences.
Rewriting the Code of Life
New algorithms show how swarms of very simple robots can be made to work together as a group.
Through DNA editing, researchers hope to alter the genetic destiny of species and eliminate diseases.